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    Looks like a great show! Thanks for posting! Loving all the other truck pictures as well!

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    Awsome pictures!

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    I see alot of stretched out trucks and would like to stretch out mine a little. I would love the looks of it but would hate trying to get in to tight spaces. I have trouble as is.

    Here are a few vids of some nice trucks

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lbc0NZ3Mr68"]YouTube - Vinnie's Peterbilt as seen on North American Show Trucks DVD vol. 4[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o--fm6U-_vA"]YouTube - Night Show @ Mid America Trucking Show 2009 Part 1[/ame]

    A nice tour of the sleeping area in a Pete
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drObnsdV5cA&feature=related"]YouTube - INSIDE MY PETERBILT- By RogerTrucker (Part 1 of 2)[/ame]
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    Quote Originally Posted by ezernut9mm View Post
    lol. yeah. i'd love to see some of those what, 400"wb trucks here in town. they'd be owned at the first light after any exit ramp.
    i think most of those trucks look cool as hell and i'd love to do one up one day, but they are worthless once they get off the interstate.
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    i wana see a god damn optimus prime look a like haa

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    great pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezernut9mm View Post
    lol. yeah. i'd love to see some of those what, 400"wb trucks here in town. they'd be owned at the first light after any exit ramp.
    i think most of those trucks look cool as hell and i'd love to do one up one day, but they are worthless once they get off the interstate.
    i've made more than a few $$$ hostling trailers into and out of holes in some of the caves around here from dudes like those.
    that being said, there is nothing sweeter than a tastefully done up largecar.
    I work across the street from a major construction area, and there are a fleet of stretched out trucks comming in every day hauling super long rebar, and this is right downtown Seattle next to the football and baseball stadiums. They back into the construction zone and maneuver around pretty well. I do realize that it would be more of a pain in the ass than a "regular" length frame, but I'm just pointing out that they are out there working in places like downtown Seattle where the streets are tight and narrow. If you think about it a lot of these stretched out trucks, while being bigger in size, don't really have a longer wheelbase than the super stretched limo hummers and Escalades and stuff. Granted, the limos aren't pulling a 50 foot trailer too, but I think for the most part a good driver could handle one that isn't rediculously stretched.


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    I always love watching the big rig hill climbs, they are crazy to watch those guys through those huge trucks around corners.

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    Nice to see shows of vehicles other than cars. I do love car shows, but it's cool to see that people customize these big rigs with as much gusto and soul and folks do their cars.

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    Thanks everyone, it was a great time! I'm definitely gonna keep my eye out for these shows from now on!

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    lol great pics. I didn't even look at ur info, and looking through all the pics i was like wow that looks like VMP. I use to go there all the time when i lived in va beach.

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